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Limestone Way LDWA Long Distance Paths

The Limestone Way was devised in the early 1980s by the Rotary Club of Matlock, along a route between Matlock and Castleton proposed by Brian Spencer. The Rotary Club convinced West Derbyshire District Council to establish and promote the trail. Paul Hopkins was recruited as the Limestone Way Liaison Officer to develop the route into an agreed and completed way-marked trail. The Limestone Way

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Limestone Way Wikipedia

The Limestone Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath in Derbyshire, England. It runs for 46 miles (74 km) through the White Peak of the Peak District National Park, from Castleton south to Rocester over the county boundary into Staffordshire. The trail is named for the limestone scenery along its route. It was devised by Brian Spencer of Matlock Rotary Club and developed and opened in 1986 by the West Derbyshire District Council (which became Derbyshire Dales District Council in 1987). It originally ran to

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Limestone Way: Matlock to Bonsall Derbyshire, England

Limestone Way: Matlock to Bonsall is a 4.2 mile loop trail located near Matlock, Derbyshire, England that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching. Length 4.2 mi Elevation gain 1,230 ft Route type Loop. Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Forest Views. Description. Waypoints (4) Getting

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Limestone Way Matlock Spur LDWA Long Distance Paths

Limestone Way Matlock Spur Memory Map Route File Last Updated 23/12/2020 17:25:19 Login to Download (Members Only) Tracklogs Route File. Limestone Way Matlock Spur Tracklogs Route File Last Updated 23/12/2020 17:25:19 Login to Download (Members Only) Route Profile: 3.8 km (2.4 miles) 103 m (338 ft) ascent 300 m (984 ft) maximum height (click to enlarge) LDPs Search Options: Search

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The Limestone Way BritishWalks

The Limestone Way is a walk between Rocester in Staffordshire and Castleton in north Derbyshire. During its course northwards it covers the majority of the limestone landscape of the White Peak. It was originally opened in a Matlock to Castleton configuration, and was extended in 1992 southwards to Rocester, with branches serving Matlock and Ashbourne. Please note that I did this walk in two

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Walk #22: The Limestone Way from Matlock to Pomeroy

Since 1994, the Limestone Way was extended from it's previous Matlock to Castleton route, to the new Rocester to Castleton alignment. The old route now forms the northern leg of this walk, and is still by far the most frequently walked. In the future I will walk the Rocester to Matlock section that I have yet to do, although knowing the area I actually believe that there are better alignments

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Limestone Way Derbyshire Dales District Council

'The Limestone Way', named after the rock which was formed 300 million years ago, is a waymarked long distance route with spectacular scenery and views from its start at Castleton in the Hope Valley to its end at Rocester in Staffordshire. It passes through dramatic dales, a green rolling landscape and several picturesque villages offering a choice of places to stop for refreshments and stay

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Peak District The Limestone Way this is a blog

Alongside the necessary OS maps, we had a copy of Walking The Limestone Way (ISBN 9780907758921). The textual descriptions were useful but the maps inadequate. Day 1: Matlock to Matlock Bath (circular) Day 2: Matlock to Monyash; Day 3: Monyash to Peak Forest; Day 4: Peak Forest to Edale; Thursday Matlock to Matlock Bath (circular) Distance

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The Limestone Way Visit Peak District

The Limestone Way is a waymarked long-distance route which goes south from the village of Castleton in the Hope Valley, through dramatic dales and green rolling landscape, to Rocester on the banks of the River Dove. Enjoy this trail as a four or five day walk, taking in the spectacular scenery and views along the way and passing through several picturesque villages

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Walk #22: The Limestone Way from Matlock to Pomeroy

Since 1994, the Limestone Way was extended from it's previous Matlock to Castleton route, to the new Rocester to Castleton alignment. The old route now forms the northern leg of this walk, and is still by far the most frequently walked. In the future I will walk the Rocester to Matlock section that I have yet to do, although knowing the area I actually believe that there are better alignments

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Limestone Way — Contours Walking Holidays

A short walk from Castleton to Matlock through the iconic limestone scenery of the White Peak.Find Out More. Customer reviews from the Limestone Way “We thoroughly enjoyed our first walk with Contours. We much enjoyed the walk and you will certainly be hearing from us again.” Mr Ellicock, UK “All the arrangements worked perfectly, the accommodation was excellent, so was the walking and

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Limestone Way 2-3-Day Short Break — Contours Walking

Matlock is a thriving town with shops and miles of walks through the surrounding countryside. It is a short walk from the former spa resort of Matlock Bath, where there are shops, cafes and the famous Heights of Abraham country park and caverns, accessed by cable car. Matlock is also a good base from which to explore at the end of your holiday.

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Peak District The Limestone Way this is a blog

Alongside the necessary OS maps, we had a copy of Walking The Limestone Way (ISBN 9780907758921). The textual descriptions were useful but the maps inadequate. Day 1: Matlock to Matlock Bath (circular) Day 2: Matlock to Monyash; Day 3: Monyash to Peak Forest; Day 4: Peak Forest to Edale; Thursday Matlock to Matlock Bath (circular) Distance

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Limestone Way PeakRoutes

27/08/2014· Peak District Walk Limestone Way Matlock to Castleton June 13, 2013 December 29, 2017 by Dean Read,posted in Peak District,Trails,Video,Walking,White Peak,Wild Camping Ever since my journey along the southern half of the Pennine Way (The Pennine Way 7 Days from Edale to Thwaite April 2013) I've been trying to get out wild camping as much as possible.

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Limestone Way Matlock to Bonsall, Derbyshire, England

31/01/2020· This is a looped walk which starts and ends in Matlock, Derbyshire. The route is varied and you can expect to walk through big fields, woodland, Bonsall vill...

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Limestone Way Peak District Routes

13/06/2013· The Limestone Way is a footpath that runs through the White Peak in the Peak District, It’s northern terminus is at Castleton in Derbyshire and it’s southern end is in Rocester over in Staffordshire. I decided at lunch time yesterday that I would head to Matlock, park my car and then walk the northern section to Castleton with a wild camp along the way. It was all pretty last minute but

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Limestone Way: Matlock to Bonsall Derbyshire, England

Diese Wanderung folgt dem Kalksteinweg von Matlock nach Bonsall. In dieser Richtung ist es ein guter Aufstieg aus Matlock und auf den Limestone Way und die Felder um Masson Hill. Die Aussichten von Matlock werden größer, je weiter Sie den Hügel hinaufklettern und sich über Stanton Moor und Chatsworth und darüber hinaus bis zu den Sandsteinkanten und zum High Peak hin breiter machen

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Limestone Way (Matlock-Castleton) Walkers' Forums

06/06/2011· #58447 27/09/10 10:43 PM Limestone Way (Matlock-Castleton) runnerbeen Full Member Registered: 01/02/10 Posts: 48 Loc: Boston, Lincolnshire This may seem a 'tame' trek compared to other trails, but I chose it to see if this 67yr young-un could cope with a solo tent hike, carrying all. (=Stage 2 in preparing for my 6 June 2011 tent C2C crossing, with SherpaVan moving tent etc) The overall

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Around Derbyshire Audley

Walking The Limestone Way. scroll-to-5929 . Matlock. Audley St Elphin’s Park retirement community is only a short distance from the Derbyshire town of Matlock, situated on the edge of the Peak District. Matlock’s central location, scenic surroundings and public transport links make it a popular base for exploring the best of The Peak District National Park, right on your doorstep. The

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